Superstar Rajinikanth had suffered an embarrassment in the Madras High Court. The Superstar knocked the court against property tax demand of Rs 6.5 Lakhs, by Greater Chennai Corporation, for his Sri Raghavendra Kalyana Mandapam in Chennai.
In his petition, the Superstar states that he hasn’t let out the marriage hall since March 24, so no revenue generated after it. The High Court warned the Superstar of imposing costs for rushing to the court against a property tax demand.
Hearing the petition, Justice Anita Sumanth warned of imposing costs on #Rajinikanth for rushing to the court. The counsel for Rajinikanth had sought time to withdraw the case. Rajinikanth claims that according to rules, any building is vacant for 30 days is entitled to the remission of tax.Follow @THEPANIPURI